Mission

Making a difference in The Africa Diaspora

United African Diaspora is organized to teach African-centered spirituality in such a way as to foster interconnectedness and interdependence among Black people throughout Africa and the African Diaspora.

United African Diaspora will work to encourage Black people to structure around spirituality, education, politics, economics, and honest leadership. Working with our brothers and sisters, United African Diaspora will build relationships and partnerships that will improve the state of consciousness and the way of life for people throughout Africa and the African Diaspora in three ways:

First, we will create an atmosphere wherein learning and teaching our history takes center stage, as we focus our belief and faith in one another, our families, and our communities.

Second, we will feature information germane to African spirituality in a way that will build up the inner man and women. The goal is to offer a hand up while reaching out to as many hands as possible.

Third, traditions, morals, ethics, principles, values, decency, and spirituality are just some of the attributes of Black people throughout the African Diaspora. These attributes are the foundation of the relationships we strive to build. Relationships are the keys to understanding, planning, unity and solidarity.

Call To Action

United African Diaspora is inviting people, community leaders, activists, and organizers with local, regional, national, and international connections to consider UAD as your partner and collaborator. We want to interact and partner with you as we strive to secure the blessings of liberty and prosperity for Africa and the African diaspora.

Black dollars help build communities and nations:

Black people in America are major consumers of products and services.

Half of the imports entering America come from five countries: China, Canada, Mexico, Japan, and Germany. According to Statista, in 2019, America paid China 453.5 billion for trade goods and paid Canada 319.7 billion for trade goods. Mexico 358.1 billion, Japan was paid 143.6 billion for trade goods and Germany was paid 127.5 billion for trade goods.

In 2019, the United States imports from Africa total was 26.63 billion. Black people spend more than a trillion dollars on consumer products annually, of which only pennies are spent with African nations. The vast majority of Black dollars are spent with the nations listed in the paragraph above. Black dollars are helping and building families, communities, and nations everywhere in the world with the exception of Africa, Haiti, etc.

United African Diaspora is on a mission to create consciousness, channels, and marketing resources for the development of Africa and the African Diaspora.

Please, contact us and lend your talent and resources to the development of Africa and the African Diaspora.

Stephen C. Small, email: stephencsmall@unitedafricandiaspora.com